Day two of the 2019 instalment of Design Indaba is officially over. The day's speaker highlights included insights from British minimalist architect and interior designer John Pawson and a different kind of art by Faith XLVII, The Grrrl and Pure.
The 2019 edition of Design Indaba is officially underway at the Artscape Theatre Centre in Cape Town. If you're unable to attend, we've got you covered. Check out Terry Levin's snapshots of the day one's highlights.
Design Indaba 2019 has officially kicked off! Check out these snapshots from day one of this year's Emerging Creatives workshops, which will continue for the rest of the week at the Artscape Theatre Centre in Cape Town.
User experience design director Mark Kamau recently delivered a talk at the Design Conference 2018 that was centred around the development of the Kio Kit. The design director also spoke on his vision for the future and the missions he wishes to complete.
Read more about Kamau's story here....
Have a look at some images of the third and fourth day of the Design Indaba Festival 2018 and see some pictures of speakers at the Design Indaba Conference 2018. The festival took place from 21 - 24 February 2018 at the Artscape Theatre Centre in Cape Town.
Edel Rodriguez's Trump-era protest art was displayed yesterday for the first day of the Design Indaba Conference 2018. The Trump-related images provided below are his creations. Also, observe Morag Myerscough's Embrace the Unknown sculpture she brought to life and have a look at various other images taken at the Artscape Theatre Centre.
The first day of the Design Indaba Conference 2018 is complete. The first speaker of the day was Sunu Gonera who delivered an interpretation of Afrofuturism. Zach Lieberman, Edel Rodriguez, Lonny van Ryswyck, Aleksandra Gosiewski, Sam and Rob Paddock, Tomo Kihara, Morag Myerscough, Shaakira Jassat, and Thomas Heatherwick followed thereafter by covering various topics.